What types of stories give you goose bumps?
Anything Stephen King writes. That man is a genius when it comes to spooking or downright horrifying readers.
Tell us about one of your spookiest (or most intense scenes) from your latest book. From where did you draw inspiration to write it?
Ouch, that’s a hard one to answer without giving away some of the twists… Let’s just say there was a particular scene, toward the end of Dysus Dreamer, where a certain person receives his comeuppance. I drew my inspiration for this intense exchange from every heated argument or fight (yeah, I was a bit of a tomboy); I’ve ever been involved in.
When you write, are you more of a planner or a pantser?
My first chapter is all pantser, after that, I’m a fairly dedicated plotter. Sometimes my characters like to shake things up a bit and fall for the wrong character, but mostly, they march when I say march.
Tell us about your latest book in 25 words or less.
"A powerful half-demon is kidnapped, bloodthirsty werewolves are on the rise, and a planet is dying. A demon warrior and Dark elf joining forces are the least of their worries."
THIS or THAT
Fangs or Claws?
Both (think werewolves)
Monsters or mummies?
Twilight or True Blood?
American Werewolf in London or Teen Wolf?
Teen Wolf (Must admit, I’m addicted to that series!)
Where can we learn more about your books?
Burst Books: http://burstbooks.ca/product.php?id_product=103
YouTube Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/user/JAGARLAND1/videos